Why hotels don’t talk about their secret VIP-only rooms
- Posted on Friday, 28 December 2018 22:23
- By Zac Erawan
In the hotel The Retreat at the Blue Lagoon there is a suite called the Blue Lagoon suite that cannot be found online at the hotel website or other travel sites. This suite is expensive at $10,500 per night, but is booked by invitation only. Rooms like this are often kept off of online booking sites not only for the privacy of the suite, but to prevent large groups of people from splitting the room to throw a party. The Blue Lagoon is not the only hotel to have suites such as this, other hotels also practice the same thing. Some require bookings to be requested via email.
- Privacy is one key reason why a hotel might keep their VIP-only rooms a secret; guests can slip in and out unnoticed.
- Hotels might wish to keep their VIP-only rooms secret because they wish to protect their assets by keeping these rooms in top condition.
- Sending out exclusive invitations and booking elite guests via email allows hotels to vet guests and prevent last-minute cancellations.
“But within the retreat lies one ultra-exclusive space that few visitors will ever know exists.”
Read more: https://www.ausbt.com.au/why-hotels-don-t-talk-about-their-secret-vip-only-rooms
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